We are uphill
Picture a plantation. A village use its crop as their main source of food. Suddenly, some people start to get ill after harvest. Now, you certainly have to treat the illness, but you’ll also want to travel uphill and identify what’s making the crop to cause illness in the first place.
This uphill focus means – stopping a crisis before it happens. Treatment and therapy initiatives come later.
The ability to ease someone into the most collected, open and belonging version of themselves is difficult to dismiss.
Given adequate training and an appropriate platform for action, we believe that people have the capacity to change the culture and address the uphill problems surrounding mental health.